What possible problems could arise when buying connecting flights from different airlines?

When we travel we usually book tickets from the same airline company that would take us point to point. Example: We usually take Emirates to fly from Madrid to Manila, there is a stop-over in Dubai. Since it's a connecting flight we don't need to worry about the luggages. We pass through immigration and then head to the direction that says connecting flight.

Upon further research though, it seems that some airlines might offer a cheaper fare on one leg of the flight. For example if we say buy an Emirates ticket from Madrid to Dubai and then take a connecting flight from a different airline company, what kind of complications or problems should we expect if any?

M.J. Grueso asked this on Apr 3, 2015 Posted in Airlines2 answers — Last reply 6 months ago

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